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Number: 441/31
Name: Buoys, rafts, and aquatic devices > Buoy > Inflatable > Having chemical reactor to produce gas
Description: Buoy wherein the pressurized gas is generated on site by the chemical interaction of a plurality of substances.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6974357 Flotation device and method of manufacturing the same Dec. 13, 2005
6332819 Object retrieval device used in water Dec. 25, 2001
6135835 Aquatic vehicle Oct. 24, 2000
5941752 Inflatable enclosure having discrete chambers therein Aug. 24, 1999
5195844 Floating barrier method and apparatus Mar. 23, 1993
5022785 Floating barrier method and apparatus Jun. 11, 1991
4929214 Inflatable enclosure and means to inflate same May. 29, 1990
4876751 Automatic toilet flush control system Oct. 31, 1989
4172048 Mixture suitable for an aerostat Oct. 23, 1979
4152392 Chemical canister May. 1, 1979
4094028 Automatic inflating lifesaving buoy Jun. 13, 1978
3977031 Inflation system Aug. 31, 1976











 
 
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